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If Jay's surgery had not been so resoundingly successful, I would have refused him anyway.Jay called Pipes to get a Brazillian wax as a trans female, hoping that Pipes would refuse and Jay could then sue him for human rights violations. The joke is on Jay though as Pipes had no problem going forward with the job, and called him bluff. Jay is currently hospitalized and is regretting attempting this scam. He did get a free inflatable donut seat cushion though, so it's not all a loss.
You got me.... I have a hot house of fruit and veggies growing on my deck. JH's centerpieces were so dry they may as well not even be there. BTW, the catheters really help tie the Edible Arrangements together well. No drooping. Unused catheters, yes, donated by our favorite doc, drgrantSauer G has finally admitted that she is NOT a nurse specializing in foley catheter insertions, but a florist for Edible Arrangements. I knew there was something funky when she critiqued the table centerpieces at John Hardvard's the other night. She just KNEW too much about floral composition and fruit.
You should try it for real. I don't mean drink the stuff (replace it with water) but try to get them to follow. They have to live stream though. Or... dead stream, maybe would be a better word for it.This is slow lately. I will have to just start telling lies about myself.
I'm starting a new viral challenge for the millennials. I call it the Roswell Challenge, in honor of the Roswell TV show. Drink a bottle of nail polish remover to see if you are an alien with superpowers.
amateur numbers....I have a lot more fotay than that...that's only 100 boxesAt least the arsenal of pipes and I are worthy to compare and admire. Jay's arsenal consists of 50k rounds of 40 S&W, and an old half box of whatever a Florbert takes.
Cool... do both barrels fire at the same time? How do you site in both barrels so that they hit the same spot no matter what distance you fire from? That's some advanced shooting skills there. For extra credit, I want to see one of the bullets hit the other bullet mid-flight. I would guess one caliber is faster than the other (9mm?), so you'll somehow need to get the slower caliber to fire a fraction of a second earlier than the faster caliber. Anyway, I think I've given you enough for your project next weekend.